'T Kelderke is a hidden treasure amongst the pricey and overrated tourist traps in Brussels's famous Grand Place. Nestled in an ornate 17th century building, this restaurant, whose name means "the little cellar", is quite literally a little cellar, tucked away and out of sight compared to other restaurants in the area. Both tourists and locals alike flock to this cozy and intimate spot, sitting at a long table and sharing a beer or glass of wine over Belgian favorites such as mussels and frites, stoemp, carbonnade, veal blanquette, and horse steak. 'T Kelderke is a tourist's dream, with authentic food and patrons situated in a prime location, proving that when traveling, you really can have it all.
This bar champions it's fruit flavored wines and cognacs, but the true star of Goupil le Fol is the... Read more